you first get hit, judy, the first thing, what do you think? you think, oh, that wasn't so bad. but as time goes on and as, you know, you start to feel the effects, it will be a problem. it will be an economic problem. it will be an emotional problem. we still really don't know. we're still feeling the full effects. we're still getting to the full effects here. >> woodruff: i don't know you've been able to actually get out, walk around. i mean, what are some images that stay with you? >> the images that stay with me, i'll give you a couple. last night coming out from a mid-town office and looking south and seeing really nothing because the power was out, so much of the power was out to our south, that you're used to this vibrant city staring at you. it was invisible in the dark because so many of the lights were off. i'll give you another one which was over by the big substation that went out on east 14th street this morning. people didn't have television. they didn't have internet.